The 38-year-old French rallycrosser Grégory Fosse will certainly contend in his initial full-season in the RallyX Nordic collection in the Supercar Lites course. He willl be living up his desire after doing a wildcard look last period at the period ending in Nysum.
Fosse got on the side on quititng his rallycross occupation last period as the COVID-19 pandemic compelled the French Rallycross Championship to be terminated, however after that a possibility showed up in the eleventh hour and afterwards he made the enrollment to go into the season-finale, a possibility he enjoyed to take and also currently he will certainly be doing his initial full-season along with the Supercar Lites giant Olsbergs MSE.
The occasion in Nysum was his first-ever rallycross occasion beyond his indigenous nation of France, and also he obtained every one of the assistance and also assistance he required from other French talking Guillaume De Ridder, that will certainly likewise be doing a vehicle driver mentoring duty for Fosse this period.
“My entry last year was very much last-minute, had it not been for COVID-19 and the consequent cancellation of the French Championship, it would never have happened and without Nicolas Dubernard from purerallycross.com, I would never even have believed it could be possible…” Fosse claimed.
Fosse was a fast student and also he recognized exactly how to tame the 340bhp four-wheel-drive equipment and also by that he did shock numerous by uploading a 7th quickest time of sixteen participants on his very first certifying session in difficult damp problems.
“I can’t wait to be back on the starting-line in Denmark!” excited the Seine-Maritime indigenous. “In 2020, I showed up there without actual anticipation of the cars and truck, champion, circuit neither also my group, OMSE. In every regard, it was a trip right into the unidentified. It was plainly a finding out weekend break with a great deal to take on-board, however I’m satisfied with what I achieved and also am really certain that this year will certainly be various.
“Now I do understand the track at Nysum – in all feasible climate condition! – although I don’t believe I’ll have the ability to do any kind of screening in advance of the period, which implies I’ll be appropriate in at the deep end once again from the beginning of complimentary technique and also will certainly require to strike the ground operating. But at the very least this time around I understand better what to anticipate.
“To obtain the opportunity to contend at fabulous circuits like Nysum, Höljes and also Arvika – along with OuluZone in Finland, which will certainly be brand-new for everybody – is simply extraordinary. Racing at Höljes has actually for life been a desire for mine, however I constantly believed I would just have the ability to see it on TELEVISION. It’s extraordinary to believe that having actually viewed the ‘All-Star’ Magic Weekend in 2015, this year I’ll get on the grid myself!
“I’m delighted to be returning with OMSE, because they’re such a professional team. I have no doubt that they will help me to develop and progress season-long, and I’m coming back with the mindset of gunning for results. It’s important to aim high and I want to fight with the very best, even if I know that obviously won’t be easy as the pace will be extremely hot at the front. I’m absolutely not doing this to make up the numbers, and the goal will be to reach the final as often as possible – and if I can achieve that, why not target a podium or two?”